President Donald Trump attended President George H.W. Bush's funeral at the National Cathedral, because he wasn't explicitly uninvited, for once.As The Daily Show notes, it's an event that reunited Trump with some of his favorite targets, including the grieving Dubya and Jeb(!) and of course, the Clintons and Obamas.TwitterTwitterWhile Trump was likely dreading an event where he wasn't the center of attention, luckily for the president, he was on peoples' minds, directly and indirectly.1. Hillary Clinton pretended that Trump didn't even exist.HILLARY DIDN'T EVEN LOOK AT HIM I LOVE HER pic.twitter.com/ogaxeV65zh— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) December 5, 2018 The candidate who won the popular vote in 2016 politely nodded at Melania Trump, and then looked straight on forward.This moment was so cringe I could feel the palpable tension from here. Hillary, however, did not budge. pic.twitter.com/1GYgNgicwI— Ema O'Connor (@o_ema) December 5, 2018 Bill Clinton was facing in Trump's general direction as he shook hands with the Obamas, but when the president didn't extend a greeting to the Clintons, Bill joined Hillary in pretending that Trump doesn't exist.Same, girl. Same.2. Michelle Obama arched her eyebrows.Trump next to the Obamas and Clintons pic.twitter.com/nqyepXWF8q— Zach Wolf (@zbyronwolf) December 5, 2018 Very subtly, but defined enough for people to take notice, New York Times Bestselling Author Michelle Obama raised her eyebrows when subjected to the Trumps' presence. Michelle wrote in her book Becoming that she will "never forgive" Trump for putting her family at risk by spreading conspiracy theories about her husband, and while she was respectful of the fact that they were at a funeral, her eyebrows didn't forget. The brow bends towards justice. TwitterThere was also this moment during the service.https://twitter.com/FuriosaResists/status/1070345602322452481Once again: same.3. Former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney said that trade is good and the environment is important, which is pretty much a subtweet at this point.Former Canadian PM Brian Mulroney: "When George Bush was President of the United States of America, every single head of government in the world knew they were dealing with a gentleman, a genuine leader, one was that was established, resolute and brave.” https://t.co/kXhX8jinc8 pic.twitter.com/iyrFvo9sqZ— CNN (@CNN) December 5, 2018 Canada's former Prime Minister and current Stephen Fry lookalike Brian Mulroney paid tribute to his friend and colleague George H.W. Bush by highlighting some of his legislative achievements."President Bush’s decision to go forward with strong environmental legislation, including the Clean Air Act … is a splendid gift to future generations of Americans and Canadians to savor," he said. "In the air they breathe, in the water they drink, in the forests they enjoy and the lakes, rivers and streams they cherish.""There’s a word for this. It’s called leadership.”Mulroney also praised the North American Free Trade Agreement that he and Bush both signed in 1992, and Trump has threatened to rip up.Toronto Star reporter Daniel Dale categorized the eulogy as a subtweet.Here's the Mulroney section that seemed most like a subtweet of Trump. pic.twitter.com/uhtZbJ4uHp— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) December 5, 2018 4. Former Senator Alan Simpson had jokes.Senator Alan Simpson tribute to President George H.W. Bush: "He was a man of such great humility. Those who travel the high road of humility in Washington, DC are not bothered by heavy traffic."#Bush41 #Remembering41 pic.twitter.com/0fpoAwIpDt— CSPAN (@cspan) December 5, 2018 This one's not as explicit (or explicit at all), but Twitter interpreted Simpson's joke about the high road in Washington seemed like a subtweet at the president on the highway to hell.“Those that travel the high road of humility in Washington D.C. are not bothered by heavy traffic.” Fmr. Sen Alan Simpson, he appeared to look right at Trump when he said it too. #NationalDayOfMourning #Bush41 #MSNBC— Shaun McCarron 🌎 (@DemandFactsNow) December 5, 2018 He also said, "hatred corrodes the container it's carried in," which might explain Trump's weird color.“Hatred corrodes the container it’s carried in,“ says former Senator Alan Simpson in his Bush41 eulogy — another indirect rebuke of Trump.— Jeff Stein (@SpyTalker) December 5, 2018 5. Biographer Jon Meacham mentioned morality and "big, strong hands."Whether or not you agree with this assessment of Bush, it's clearly a rebuke of Trump."His life code, as he said, was tell the truth, don't blame people....to choose the right over the convenient, to hope rather than to fear, and to heed not our worst impulses." - Jon Meacham pic.twitter.com/WSTZmtCyaC— Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) December 5, 2018 Jon Meacham's praise of H.W. Bush is being interpreted as a rebuke of Trump through contrast."A master of what Franklin Roosevelt called the science of human relationships, he believed that to whom much was given, much is expected. And because life gave him so much, he gave back again and again and again. He stood in the breach in the Cold War against totalitarianism. He stood in the breach in Washington against unthinking partisanship," Meacham said. "He stood in the breach against tyranny and discrimination. And on his watch, a wall fell in Berlin, a dictator's aggression did not stand, and doors across America opened to those with disabilities." A wee bit different. GiphyMeacham also noted that "President Bush spoke with those big strong hands," something else the current president lacks. Is Jon Meacham subtweeting Trump? pic.twitter.com/I6hciTPLRM — Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) December 5, 2018 RIP George H.W. Bush, and in a way, Trump.